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A Modern Vision of the Work of Cardano and Ferrari on Quartics - References

Author(s): 
Harald Helfgott (University of Bristol) and Michel Helfgott (East Tennessee State University)

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Harald Helfgott (University of Bristol) and Michel Helfgott (East Tennessee State University), "A Modern Vision of the Work of Cardano and Ferrari on Quartics - References," Loci (February 2010), DOI:10.4169/loci003312

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